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Grazing Kate

Same thing happened to me re brain tumour. Unable to practice yoga yet (2months down the line). I hope to soon.

sue

i had been told my problems were -- migraine, IBS, low hormones due to being post-menopause and eventually cataracts for the loss of vision. Only after cataract surgery failed did they realise there was a brain tumor pressing on the optic nerve. I believe yoga assisted in my health (& sight!) returning to normal after the surgery. As the tumor was large i was warned of pituitary failure. I am doing great, 3 weeks post-op. In 3 more weeks i will return to my yoga practice.

Gini Dill

My brother,an avid exercise enthusiast, was diagnosed with Stage 4, glioblastoma of the left frontal brain in February 2010. Since then has had 3 brain surgerys. I'm hoping to help him get into yoga/meditation. Don't know where to start? We live in mlps,Mn. Any suggestions? Thank-you.

veronica

I was misdiagnosed by 6 doctors of a brain tumor, the doctors keep telling me that my pain was psycosomatic, and finally a psychiatric resident diagnosed me with a brain tumor, by then the tumor was too big and unable to be totally removed. Yoga and meditation save my life, and help me survive and raise my son alone.....

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